Characterized by ejaculation which always or nearly always occurs prior to or within one minute of penetration, PE can have several causes. Often to blame are psychological factors such as stress, depression, relationship issues, or performance-related anxiety—though physical conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure, thyroid problems, or prostate disease can also be the cause, says New York City-based sexual health specialist Michael Reitano. There are, however, a raft of relatively simple interventions that have proven effective in its treatment.
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Has your partner ever had a problem with premature ejaculation? Premature ejaculation is a common problem experienced by up to 30 percent of men at some point in their lives. Some men might be embarrassed by their tendency to climax too early and not want to talk about it.
A new device claims to help solve the problem. Premature ejaculation is a common condition affecting up to one in three Aussie men. Source:Getty Images.
Premature ejaculation PEor now, as it is often referred, rapid ejaculation REis a common medical condition that is tough to define and affects up to 30 percent of men. It can be either primary, meaning the man has always had the problem, or secondary, meaning the man has acquired the condition later in life. Premature ejaculation has various timing definitions ranging from ejaculating within one minute of penetration to ejaculating prior to a man's partner achieving orgasm.
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With personal lidocaine spray, anesthetized genitals are just a "please excuse me for a moment" away. How long is sex supposed to last? If three minutes is adequate, then when does being a little quick on the trigger become an actual medical diagnosis? It's difficult to imagine a situation in which that wouldn't result in distress, personal and otherwise.